Tag Archives: Sir Groucho

#215–To Sir with love . . .

  This blog post proves the old adage, “Dogs have masters, cats have staff!” Sir Groucho is an indoor cat with a well-trained staff of one—me. I’ve listed several examples that will leave no doubt. These blinds have specific settings … Continue reading

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#193–Excuses, excuses, excuses . . .

  Not much happening, but just enough to give me plenty of excuses for not starting my new book. I had planned to have the research and text finished before I head to California mid-April. Not so sure now. Stay … Continue reading

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#166–Headgear fashionista . . .

  There are many possibilities for covering your head when hair is no longer an option. Yep, all my hair disappeared during the second cycle. Besides not being my favorite look, a bald head is cold and it’s winter in … Continue reading

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#150–Change of plans . . .

  Even the best laid plans have to be changed sometimes. Last week I mentioned Sir Groucho’s dead of night scooting across the floor dragging his bottom. Well, his problem continued through the weekend with lots of floor and bottom … Continue reading

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#148––Book launch, snake rescue, purple poop & Sir Groucho sick . . .

  The week started with the first sales of the book about the history of Florence being made in Yachats at the farmers market. A fact that Yachats residents absolutely loved. And the week ended with more launch activities and … Continue reading

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